Soumita Sarkar Ray
an infatuation grew in me.....outmoded..outlandish...illogically true......how about a short love story..?
And got hooked
who is the crook?
That lad not so cute
Yet managed his looks
To cut the clasp of books.
Ha! and I stood still
Could manage a skill
To urge for a bill
Horn and lock for a drill
Man you are mad!
After that I am sad
Who is labelled bad?
This close connection
Has made us true glad.
A shake of his hand
For it we laid a brand
We stood in air or land
The time flew like sand.
Can I ask -Do you miss?
Can I exchange -Yes I miss.
This all fuss is just a mess
We are far in age and flesh.
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